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NPM version Build Status Dependency Status Coverage Status

Get a recommended version bump based on conventional commits

Got the idea from https://github.com/conventional-changelog/conventional-changelog/pull/29

Install

$ npm install --save conventional-recommended-bump

Usage

var conventionalRecommendedBump = require('conventional-recommended-bump');

conventionalRecommendedBump({
  preset: 'angular'
}, function(err, result) {
  console.log(result.releaseType);
  //=> 'major'
});
$ npm install --global conventional-recommended-bump
$ conventional-recommended-bump --help

API

conventionalRecommendedBump(options, [parserOpts], [callback])

options

ignoreReverted

Type: boolean Default: true

If true, reverted commits will be ignored.

preset

Type: string Possible values: 'angular'

It's recommended to use a preset so you don't have to define everything yourself. Presets are names of built-in config.

config

Type: object

This should serve as default values for other arguments of conventionalRecommendedBump so you don't need to rewrite the same or similar config across your projects. Any value in this could be overwritten.

NOTE: options.config will be overwritten by the values of preset. You should use either preset or config, but not both.

whatBump

Type: function

A function that takes parsed commits as argument.

This should return an object including but not limited to level and reason. level is a number indicating what bump it should be and reason is the reason of such release.

For backward compatibility, it could return a number indicating what bump it should be.

whatBump(commits)

####### commits

Type: array

An array of parsed commits. The commits are from last semver tag to HEAD and is parsed by conventional-commits-parser.

If it returns with level 0 it will be a major bump. If 1, minor bump. If 2, patch.

parserOpts

See the conventional-commits-parser docs.

callback

Type: function

callback(error, object)
object

Object includes what's returned by whatBump and

####### releaseType

Type: string Possible values: 'major', 'minor' and 'patch'

The value of what it should release as.

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License

MIT © Steve Mao